$30/hour

4.6
average from
11
ratings

“**exactly what i was looking for**”

I have many years of experience tutoring math. I began as a StudyZone tutor for the King County Library System where I helped elementary and middle school students with their math homework, and taught them concepts that allowed them to complete their assignments. I have prepared students to pass the math section of the gifted program test in the

In-person lessons

Belle has done such a great job connecting with my middleschooler. My daughter looks forward to each session and feels positive and empowered every time a session ends. Would highly recommend Belle to anyone looking for a great math tutor this summer.

Belle surely has experience tutoring middle school students. She was able to efficiently help my child finish WAMAP in Geometry in an hour. I plan to have her work my child in the summer and would definitely recommend her to other parents whose children need tutoring help in math.

Special Needs:

Elementary Math
Elementary Education:

Elementary Math
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I find elementary math the most fun subject to teach, not only because I love working with young kids, but also because it is the easiest to explain. I am very patient in teaching students the basics of all math because I want them to understand addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, etc. These are the skills absolutely necessary in building math knowledge and it is through these basics that a student can continue to thrive in his or her math class.

I took Geometry in 8th grade but still remember it very clearly. The hardest part about geometry is that it involves lots of memorization of theorems, postulates, and formulas involving 3-D shapes. However, when teaching a student, I prefer not to make them merely know everything by heart, but instead match a theorem or a surface area question logically to each concept. This allows the student to comprehend the topics and makes it a lot easier to succeed in homework assignments, tests, and just in the class in general.

Algebra is my strongest math subject. Algebra I and Algebra II were my favorite classes because it came to me very easily. I also find it pretty straightforward to explain and teach students how to derive algebraic problems because I believe that once you understand how to do one problem, you can do all of them. The most difficult part of algebra is that it involves numbers and letters, which is why I help students see that these letters actually represent numbers that need to be solved. Prealgebra is also really good for preparing students for Algebra I and Algebra II because it teaches the basic concepts that can help push a student to be ahead.

I believe that Trigonemtry is one of the most important subjects, and students must know it for Calculus classes and beyond. I learned Trigonometry in Algebra II and have also used it in my Precalculus and AP Calculus AB classes. I found that some of the key concepts involving Trigonometry are the unit circle, and knowing what sine, cosine, and tangent are in relation to triangles, angles, and side lengths.

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